The Kansas Association of Counties on Tuesday turned to a Kansas State University extension specialist in Wyandotte County as its new executive director.
The association announced the hiring of Bruce Chladny, who has worked as the county extension educator and a state extension specialist for Community Vitality programs for the K-State Research and Extension office in Wyandotte County.
“We are excited to have Bruce join our organization,” said Craig Cox, the association's president and Riley County's deputy county counselor.
“Bruce has over 25 years of experience in working with county officials through the K-State Research and . . .